Switzerland can maintain their 100 per cent record in the European U21 Championship so far by beating Belarus and will bring Georgi Kondratyev’s side’s run to an end at the same time.
The Swiss top Group A going into the final round of games, having beaten Denmark and Iceland already for those who backed them in bwin’s football betting markets for the competition.
Pierluigi Tami’s men have scored three goals in their two matches so far, while not conceding at the other end.
Such form sees the home side priced at odds of 67/100 to win the match and 4/1 to win the tournament outright.
By way of contrast, Belarus got off to flying start with a 2-0 win over Iceland before going down 2-1 at the hands of host nation Denmark.
This sees the Belarusians priced as 18/5 outsiders for the game, while the draw offers betting odds of 5/2.
With such little on offer in the way of returns on a win for the Swiss, a number of football betting enthusiasts could be tempted to alter the odds by giving Belarus a lead from the off.
The handicap odds market allows punters to do just that and awarding Belarus a 1-0 lead sees the odds on a Swiss win move to 9/5, which would offer returns of £70 to new customers utilising the free £25 bet offered by bwin.
With the same head start the draw is priced at 13/5, while the away win moves to 11/10.
A number of fans could also be tempted to get in on the goal bet markets in order to boost their football betting balances.
While admittedly appearing to be an unlikely result, a 0-0 stalemate offers odds of 7/1 and backing the game to produce just one goal is priced at 15/4.
A two-goal match is available at 13/5, while three, four and five or more are priced at 13/4, 5/1 and 6/1 respectively.
While Switzerland are seen as second-favourites to lift the trophy, behind 31/50-priced Spain, ambitious football betting fans could look to one of the outsiders to maximise their returns.
England can progress to the knock-out stages with a win over Czech Republic and are priced at 7/1 to win the championship, while the Czechs can be backed at 8/1.
Denmark are available at 14/1 with bwin and unfancied duo Ukraine and Belarus offer outside odds of 50/1.
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